Space Product Updates in January 2022
Discover the January 2022 updates for JetBrains Space – support for more IDEs in dev environments, faster build times in Automation, Python package support, and more.
Introducing Space Code Owners
Learn how to define an owner for specific paths or files in a Git repo, and enable approval from code owners as a quality gate for merge requests in Space.
Understanding Visibility in Space: Project, Git Repository, Channel, and Package Repository
Wondering who can see the data in your Space projects, Git repositories, channels, or package repositories? Read this post to learn about how visibility works in Space.
Space Exploration Webinar Recording and Q&A Session
Thanks for joining us in the first Space webinar! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! For those of you who missed it, here is the recording of our live session: Below is a summary of the Space webinar Q&A session with questions grouped by topic. Thank you for being so active – we received 100+ questions, and most of them (80) were handled during the webinar. We’ll be contacting authors directly to address the unanswered questions that didn’t make it into this post. Don’t worry, all your questions will be answered. (more…)
Branch and Push Restrictions for Git Repositories in Space
Branch and push restrictions are used to setup rules to limit what contributors can do, or to enforce certain standards. Find out how they work within Space
Space 2020 Roadmap
Check the scheduled Space feature release status and track our latest priorities on the Space Roadmap page. The information on that page is updated on a regular basis. Welcome to Space 2020! We would like to share our plans and priorities for the current year in order to make sure that we’re moving in the right direction and that what we have planned will bring you the features you expect and need most. We’re planning for the official release of Space 2020 to happen in Q3 or Q4 of this year. (more…)
Mirroring an External Git Repository in Space
Creating a Git mirror repository in Space is easy. You can create and initialize a new repository and start pushing code, or migrate an existing Git repository.
Projects in Space: Self-Service Over Request-And-Wait
The main idea behind projects in Space is to give each team a distinct place for all their work-related resources, which is conveniently organized, managed, and easy to navigate to. If you are already familiar with the concept of Teams in Space, you may wonder how Projects fit in. While it is usual for a team to have an only project, it's not always the case. Sometimes you want to invite a person from another team to help with something, or people from different teams want to get together to start a new side project. (more…)